General :: Conversion Of Big Endian Data From Unix To Little Endian Data

Aug 8, 2011

Currently we have migrated data from Unix linux. The data in Unix is in Big endian byte structure. Where are as Linux (suse linux) byte structure us little endian. This byte order mismatch is creating problem when data is read again in microfocus cobol.

Is there any way to set byte order in Linux is big endian?

Is there any utility to convert data in big endian byte structure to little endian byte order.

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Server :: Webmin Install On Endian - Timeout Error

Jan 21, 2011

I'm attempting to install Webmin in Endian I download the tar.gz file and ran and it says it is installed, however it doesn't let me go to the webpage it says. I get a timeout error. I'm using the current version of endian and webmin.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Using Endian Firewall In Order To Connect Two LANs

Feb 23, 2010

I am using Endian firewall in order to connect two LANs but I am getting many problems and I don't know how to solve them since there is no much information about this software on the internet. Do yuo know good webpage about this powerful program?

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General :: Migration Of Data File In Unix

Aug 10, 2011

We planned to migrate data files in Unix to Linux. The file in Unix is in big endian data format where is linux is configured as little endian byre structure. This is causing problem in data computation.

How data can be ported to linux ( converting big endian to little endian).

How linux configured can be configured for big endian byte structure.

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General :: Surveying The Unix Customer Statistical Data

Aug 11, 2010

I have been assigned with a job to survey the customers who use Open Source Linux and Unix distributions.Though Red Hat and Ubuntu are the most popular distros, but if someone who have ever got involved in tracking what % of the Linux Distribution being used by the customers.

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General :: Mount: /dev/mapper/gegevens-Data Already Mounted Or /data Busy

Jul 14, 2010

A few months ago I have setup a server with three hard disks. The partition mapping the disks as follows:

Disk /dev/sda: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders
Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Disk identifier: 0x7ca36fee


Now I have the following problem the LVM file system don't mount properly.If I open the mount point I see only a few files of the LVM disk. If I want to unmount the disk I get the following error:

umount /data/
umount: /data/: not mounted

If I want to mount the volume I get the following error:

mount -a
mount: /dev/mapper/gegevens-Data already mounted or /data busy

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Programming :: Receiving Wrong Data On Winsock From Unix Socket

Jan 28, 2011

currently I've got a big problem on programming with sockets. I use the winsock2 API and want to receive data from a multicast adress running on a UNIX-PC. The connection works fine and I really receive data from this group, but as it seems not the right packages. The received data is saved in a char[]. E.g. at received_msg[12] is a float value. This one I would like to read out, convert and use it in later progress the next value is y at received_msg[16]. The same Code works on a Unix PC with unix sockets but converted to winsock I've got the described problem and I have to make this code work under windows.

Here a piece of the code (received_msg[12]='3f'):

Buffer is a struct containing the two float values x and y. If I convert the char as this under windows the value of x is a huge number. The correct value is around 192, so receveid_message[12] should be 1.92. Could it be that the Unix-PC is sending data in an other way than the winsock receive it?

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Ubuntu :: Default Entries In The List Of Startup Applications Is "GSettings Data Conversion"

Jun 25, 2011

One of the default entries in the list of Startup Applications is "GSettings Data Conversion". Do I want it or can I turn it off and leave it off?

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OpenSUSE :: Does KMail Account Data - Such As Login Data / Names Of Pop / Smtp Servers

Oct 6, 2010

Where apart from ~/.kde4/share/apps/kmail does kmail keep account data, such as login data/names of pop/smtp servers? I wanted to install an entirely clean version of kmail, so I uninstalled/re-installed kmail via YAST. I manually deleted ~/.kde4/share/apps/kmail. After installing kmail I found that the account data of my Yahoo account were still listed in the kmail configuration panel. Shall I delete the Yahoo account within kmail prior to uninstalling the kmail package?

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Debian :: Network Manager Overwrite Resolvconf Vpn Data With Eth0 Data

Jan 23, 2010

I'm trying to connect to the VPN of my employer; after fix various minor issues I reach this point in which the DNS entries and the default gateway of the VPN are overwritten with the values of the eth0 device that appears by default. Therefore the vpn is not useful.

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Networking :: Serial Port : Read Data, Not Reading Complete Data?

Mar 5, 2010

I have an application where I am sending data via serial port from PC1 (Java App) and reading that data in PC2 (C++ App). The problem that I am facing is that my PC2 (C++ App) is not able to read complete data sent by PC1 i.e. from my PC1 I am sending 190 bytes but PC2 is able to read close to 140 bytes though I am trying to read in a loop.Below is code snippet of my C++ AppOpen the connection to serial port

serialfd = open( serialPortName.c_str(), O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY | O_NDELAY);
if (serialfd == -1)


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Programming :: Get Data From Serial Port Function Read() Blocks When Data Not Available?

Jun 11, 2009

I am using read() in c++ to get data from a serial port. However, if no data is available on the serial port the function blocks until dta arrives.Example code:

char m_readBuffer[255] = {0};
char* p_curChar = m_readBuffer;


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Ubuntu :: Excel Data Shrinks To The Small Scale - Unreadable When Copy Data From Another Spreadsheet Onto The New One

Jan 17, 2011

I've been using Excel from OpenOffice with moderate success for the last year. Now I've just tried to open a new spreadsheet and I'm suddenly getting a highly condensed view. The cells are about 1mm X 4mm. If I expand them by selecting and dragging, then try to copy data from another spreadsheet onto the new one, the data shrinks to the small scale -- unreadable.

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Ubuntu :: Recovering Data - This Directory Has Been Unmounted To Protect Your Data

Jun 3, 2010

Ubuntu 9.10 64bit. Acer Laptop

Using ubuntu 9.10 cd to access laptops hard drive.

foun readme file in /media/disk/mark


From the graphical desktop, click on: "Access Your Private Data"


From the command line, run: $ ecryptfs-mount-private

So I tried a couple of ways...

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Ubuntu :: 3TB HD (with Data) Expanding To 3x3TB RAID (without Losing Data)?

Jul 27, 2011

Right now I have a 320GB system drive and 3TB data drive. I want to add two more 3TB drives and do a software RAID5 3x3TB. Is that possible without losing the data that is already on the data drive?Just want to make sure before I bought the 2 two drives. Not looking for instructions on how to do it,but if you want to include some that would be great too Just making sure it will work.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Access The Data In .fbd Data File

Feb 19, 2011

We purchased a new database system at work last October, ditching the old system because of a lack of support from the vendor. This is a retail Point of Sale and Backoffice database system. I am not sure what system the new one runs on, but the system we replaced was a Firebird data base. The reason I am posting is because we are now in need of the information contained in the old database which was not completely imported into the new system.

Basically the problem is this: The database in on a Windows XP system and I found a copy of SQL Manager Lite 2008 on the system, which after quite a bit of studying, I figured out how to extract the database into a removable file. I have this file (178MB) on a USB stick in a file called Backoffice.fbd.

My studying suggests to me that I can get into this database with MySQL. I have never used this and have no clue how to do this. All I want to be able to do get into the database and create tab deliminated spreadsheet files for each of the database sections (Customers, Repairs, Sales History, stock files, etc.) Is it possible to do this with Ubuntu and MySQL and if so, can expert suggest one or two things to get me started. While a guided tutorial would be nice because I am not an expert, I am willing to learn on my own if someone could point me in the right direction.

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Programming :: Data Directory In Automake - Data Is Always Read-only ?

May 9, 2010

I have some data files that should be distributed with my program. Using dist_pkgdata_DATA in, I get these files installed to /usr/local/data/share/package-name. The problem is that data is read-only, and my program needs to modify it. Playing with dist_sharedstate_DATA, dist_localstate_DATA, dist-data_DATA varibles, I got different installation directories, like /usr/local/com, usr/local/var, but data is always read-only.

How can I distribute modifiable data files with my package? I need some common directory for all users, or maybe local data in a user directory.

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Programming :: Convert The String Data Type To Other Primitive Data Type?

Mar 4, 2011

I am trying to generic way to convert the string datatype to other primitive data type. To achieve, i used Template . But i getting error and couldn't resolve the issue and error reported is also clueless.

#include <vector>
#include <iostream>
#include <string>


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Software :: Serial Printer Setup 7 Data Bits Rx 8 Data Bits Tx

Aug 8, 2010

About 7 years ago I setup a Redhat system with 8 serial terminals and 8 serial printers, this is still running but I need to get another system running so the original can be taken down for maintenance. The printers are ancient Newbury data dot matrix wide carriage with 7 data bits receive 8 data bits transmit Xon/Xoff flow control. Now I remember setting the transmit and receive data bits as above but after 7 years can't remember where.

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General :: How To View Raw Data

Jun 7, 2011

Does there exist a program for Linux that can display raw binary data?

Each byte in my binary files represent a pixel, so it would be very useful if something like this exists where I could say

program_name --input=dat001.bin --width=200 --height=100

and it would display the pixels.

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General :: How To Backup Data To CD / DVD?

Feb 24, 2010

What are the options to backup data to CD/DVD from command line interface. Don't want to use K3B and Nero Linux. Want to backup using "tar" like utility. Please suggest good articles or options.If we can use tar itself to backup data to CD. Then how?For example I want to backup my /home directory to a DVD. I don't want to use GUI tools for this.

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General :: Data In And From Sed Can't Be Changed

Oct 24, 2010

I have the following one-liner:


sed, locates the word with the different encoding. The output should be something like one two three four but it returns the same. one two four. It's like the data in & from sed can't be changed. I also tried passing & to an external script but it did work.

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General :: Best Format For Backing Up Data In Blu Ray

Jan 25, 2010

We are in the process of backing up our hard drives to Blu Rays. I am creating tar.gz files and burning them to Blu Ray.Is it possible to use a simple (preferably Python-based) solution for creating images of those tar.gz files, of a predetermined size (to fit in the Blu Ray), and simply burn this images to the disc?Do you have any other approach for creating physical back-up of your hard drives?

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General :: How To Do Grap Data Between Two File

May 6, 2010

The first file is a "key" of second file. In the second file, the first word is the key of each line. Each key and sentence in second file ONLY have one line. The Second File have many lines with key, but not all the key is shown on file1, but file1's key MUST in the second file. How can I get the result like this: (Need to sort by the key from File1)

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General :: Monitor Written Data From Dd?

Aug 22, 2010

I have a huge disk image backed up using dd.
I need to restore the disk image but dd is very silent.

How can I monitor its progress?

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General :: Recover Data After Deletion Like 'rm' ?

Jan 19, 2011

Possible Duplicate:Recover a file deleted using rm command in Linux.I have accidentally deleted all the stuff under my home directory, say /home/OriginalWood, is it possible to recover?Now the home directory is empty and not yet overlapped by any data. So, is there a way to recover?

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General :: Put Applications That Need Data On Ubuntu?

Jan 22, 2011

I just downloaded Eclipse, and it is packaged as a compressed file. Within is a folder with the application plus configuration and any plugins et cetera. Should I simply put this in my /usr/bin folder? Is the bin path recursive, so that it will execute eclipse/eclipse when I simply write eclipse? All other files in there are simply that - single binaries, and no config-files or such.

Another possibility that occured to me is place the application in a separate folder, create a bash script that simply starts the application in the bin folder. But what folder would be good? I don't really want to contaminate my home folder with machine-wide applications...You might call me pedantic, but that is because I am. I just want to know what the "convention" is so to speak.

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General :: Sort All Data In Memory?

Jun 11, 2011

For Linux command sort, how do I force sort to load all input into memory and sort assuming I have enough memory? Or is it best to use a RAMDISK to store the input before feeding it to sort?

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General :: Sustain Data After Reboot?

Feb 1, 2011

i want to sustain some contents in a particular directory say /usr/bin/dir1 after reboot

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General :: Concatenate Data From Different Lines?

Mar 1, 2011

I want to concatenate info from different lines from iptables.for exmaple, in my firewall using iptables I have this information.

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0 ACCEPT all -- * *
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